This preview shows page 1. Sign up to view the full content.
Unformatted text preview: y Interpretation Intercollegiate Athletics Policy Interpretation Factors to determine Title IX compliance “Laundry List” equipment and supplies
scheduling of games and practice times
travel and per diem allowances
locker room, practice and competitive facilities
medical and training facilities and services
housing an dining facilities and services
recruitment of student athletes Permissible Differences
Permissible Differences Equitable Not Equal Money allocated equitably between men’s and women’s programs based on the number of students attending school costs of recruiting, cost for event management, compensation for coaches Key Component Whether institution developed and carried out its mission to expand and accommodate the interest of female studentathletes, coaches and administrators. Title IX Tests
Title IX Tests Substantial Proportionality History of Expansion Is an institution providing participation opportunities for women and men that are substantially proportionate to their respective rules of enrollment as fulltime undergraduate students
Has an institution demonstrated a history and continuing practice of program expansion for the underrepresented sex? Full and Effective Accommodation of Interests Has an institution fully and effectively accommodated the interests and abilities of the Substantial Proportionality
Substantial Proportionality Proportionality Test Only Safe Harbor Athletic opportunities for females is proportionate to the number of females enrolled at school. Easiest method to access compliance Perfect ratio is difficult to achieve because football does not have any equivalentsports Criticized as...
View Full Document
This document was uploaded on 03/18/2014 for the course BLAW 3230 at LSU.
- Spring '08